‘Batman: Arkham Origins’ DLC ‘Initiation’ Brings Bruce Wayne Face To Face With Ninjas

New Batman: Arkham Origins DLC called Initiation will bring Bruce Wayne face to face with ninjas. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, the Deathstroke Challenge gave us a crossover by giving us the chance to play as the villain in his Injustice: Gods Among Us outfit, and now another DLC looks to give us something from Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins. Remember that part where Bruce Wayne was tested in a room full of Ninjas? Batman: Arkham Origins may be bringing that back, only playable.

How cool is that?

The dark knight before he became infamous will shed the cape and cowl for what could be a playable version of his training under the supervision of Ra’s al Ghul. This time, however, the villain won’t be playing the teacher. Instead, we’re getting the man who trained his League of Assassins, Kirigi, who was also Batman’s best instructor (don’t expect this to be a cakewalk). The Initiation DLC will also expand on the background story to make the package complete.

The Batman: Arkham Origins DLC will make this yet another endurance test as it ramps up the difficulty at your request.

Batman: Arkham Origins producer Guillaume Voghel stated about the difficulty:

“The main narrative arc and side missions last about 12 hours, and then you have all the collectibles. To get 100 [percent] of that will take much, much longer. We have a new difficulty level, New Game Plus is coming pack – that’s really difficult – and when you’re done with that there’s I Am The Night mode – which is no saves and one life.”

Bruce Wayne has a nice workout coming his way as he trains against some of the greatest assassins in the world, all without the Bat suit and all of his wonderful toys. We hope you’ve been practicing, because it looks like you’ll need it. Arkham Origins is packed with more assassins than you can shake a batarang at, and the Batman: Arkham Origins DLC Initiation looks to only add more and increase the difficulty.

Are you Batman enough?